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>> sean: that is all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. the news continues greta is next. have a great weekend! >> greta: tonight, it feels a bit like twilight zone, but it's true. right now an invisible cloud is threatening the world it could even take down a jumbo jet and pilots cannot see it on radar. even if they dodge that danger, one thing is certain this cloud is costing a fortune and disrupting the lives of tens of thousands what is this cloud? volcanic ash if iceland. the volcano erupted four week ago. this wednesday the volcano really let go, blasting several miles into the air. but it didn't stop there. right now winds are pushing this dangerous cloud south and east across england into the heart of europe. the cloud's elevation between 20,000 and 30,000 feet, invisable from the ground moving 25 miles per hour, tens of thousands of flights have been cancelled. just today in europe, 16,000 flights cancelled. it gets worse it isn't just those flights in europe. each cancelled flight there sets off a ripple effect to every corner of the globe leaving thousa
as always thank you for being with us. now to greta who is standing by to go live on the record tonight. >> greta: tonight in her first national television interview since all hell brook loose, arizona governor brewer is here to go on the record. first, pay close attention to this. >> we are going to toughen border security. we are going to do everything we can to make sure we have strong border control, because it is not only a question about illegal immigration it is about our security. we have to know who is coming in and out of our country. >> the american people are angry that the federal government has failed to protect and secure our borders. and they are telling us, get it done! and we will! >> secure our borders, while at the same time recognize the economic and social reality by providing guest worker programs and giving everyone citizenship who is already in the country and meets certain criteria. >> of course we need to secure the border. we need to have an employment verification system with an card to identify who is here legally and not legally. >> i will make it
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making major news with greta on the record, joining the fight on repealing health care. here's how it happened. >> i will go on the record tonight with you, greta, with you to inform your viewers and the people of arizona that i will file tomorrow to join the other 16 states that have already filed suit. so it's breaking news. bill: here are the other states involved in the lawsuit. they are in red. by our count, arizona makes 17. those governors and attorneys general are arguing the gond-mandate -- government-mandate the health care is illegal, president obama's overhaul infringes on the liberty of those states and individuals. >>> a quick check of wall street now, mid-week, we're seeing traders giving back some of the gains they had. we flirted with that 11,000, anyway. martha: it loves to do that, doesn't it? it bounces over. bill: you know what they're worried about? they're worried about greece, the headlines out of athens, what impact that has on the rest of europe, and has the trickle effect on the economies like ours. we're watching it now, about eight minutes into trading
to the streets of d.c. for "on the record" with. >> greta: to find out -- with greta van susteren to find out if americans will be willing to donate. >> if you look at the unofficial scorecard, america's debt is at an all-time record breaking $12 trillion and keeps rising and rising and rising. the president and congressional leaders vowed to address the problem and perhaps we will see something in the way of government spending cuts or increased taxes. while you are complaining about it, did you know that you could be doing something about it by donation tosonal dough uncle sam. it is known as gifts to reduce the public debt and you can mail in a check or go online and do it with your credit card and under the provisions of 31 u.s. code 3113 your contribution will be accepted here by the secretary of the treasury as a specific conditional gift for the purpose of reducing the public debt. and americans last year alone gave over $3 million. now, the program is run by a small department known as the department of public debt here inside the treasury. while no one was available to talk to us on
to order sussushi. >> brian: that's just wrong. thanks a lot. still ahead, sarah palin tells greta van susteren what it was like to have her e-mail hacked and then face her hacker in court. stunning views courtesy of the sun and nasa. our science guy tell us what the images mean for scientists and we talk about the future of nasa. i saw him the other day in florida. we'll catch up in a moment. stay with us. [ male announcer ] we call it the american renewal. because ge capital understands what businesses need to grow. that's why today ge capital provides critical financing to more than 300,000 growing companies. ♪ absolutely! i have a lot of stuffiness at night. it wakes me up. i have allergies. ♪ you're right. i'm getting more air. -oh, yeah. -oh, wow! [ female announcer ] for two free samples, go to breatheright.com. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food a
. greta monahan is here to show us how to dress both eco-friendly as well as fashionably. good morning. >> good morning. >> she knows all about fashion. what exactly do we mean when we say the clothing is eco-friendly is this. >> i want to make eco easy because that's confusing. so think about recycle, responsibility and also respect. respect is for the environment and people, recycling, we know as reusing materials and textiles. and the responsibility piece is to brands and companies that have decided to make it better for workers, for people and the plan either. >> one reason that people hesitate to go green is because it can be more expensive when it comes to organic food. is the same true for organic clothe something. >> it was. actually ten years ago when i first started looking at this, it onsly was just, first of all, there was no fashion. if you wanted to be responsible, you had to give up the fashion piece and be dressed in a hemp sack. and also the price point. for the people that were doing it, the prices were nonaccessib nonaccessible. but today it's in mass retailers, fina
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